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TES Foundation rebrands as Every

Sandgate Systems is to rebrand its school software business, TES Foundation, following the end of a three-year joint venture with TES Global. 

The company will now be known as Every and continue to offer the same services to clients.

Neither TES nor Every commented on why the joint venture had come to an end. 

Founded in 2010, TES Foundation has offered a web based management system for school business managers, head teachers and site managers.

It helps schools manage compliance, maintenance, policies and risk assessments.

In a statement, Sandgate said Every customers had been informed about the rebrand, and that there would be no change to the customer experience or terms of service, 

Founders Adam Watson and Ian Bond said: “This is the right time for us to start our next phase of development. The joint venture with TES Global has helped to promote our services, which are now used by thousands of schools across the UK. 

“In the coming months we will be developing Every further to help schools to operate as efficiently and as effectively as possible.”


Posted on: 10/09/2015

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